Lying between Tayabas Bay to its north and Sibuyan Sea to its south, Marinduque is a mix of elevated volcanic peaks, idyllic towns, and ocean scenery. It’s a beautiful, relaxed place.

Marinduque has unique cultural traditions such as the Moriones tableau – where locals dress up as Roman centurions during the Lenten season to reenact a Roman Catholic scene.

But this is a province of varied delights. You’re sure to enjoy its fine beaches, nature scenes, native crafts, delicious delicacies, and traditional Filipino hospitality.